“Who wants to go to a national park with a desert landscape as well as green gorges?” asked Verum, looking into her crystal ball.

“Desert and greenery together? Me! Me! Take me!” said Felix, jumping with excitement.

Then Orak quickly opened a portal and took Verum, Felix, and Scorch to the Isalo National Park in Madagascar.

Once they arrived at the park, Scorch said, “My, my! It’s like a museum of landscapes, showing off yellow savannah grasses, vertical rock walls, lush vegetation, and deep canyon floors with slithering streams!”

“Oh, look! A blue pool! Let’s go swimming,” said Felix with joy and dived right in.

The other three went on to see the other sides of the 800-sq-km park.

“I see so many different kinds of birds here!” said Scorch.

“That’s because 70% of them are native to Isalo like the Benson Rockbill,” replied Verum.

After a cooling dip, Felix joined the others and explored the park with lemurs, giant eels, rock reptiles, and crocodiles.